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Health Congress approves plans
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Health WMO WHO cooperation
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This year's EGU general assembly will be held virtually online. Check out the interactive chat session about the joint WWRP/WCRP project S2S and discuss with international experts. Monday, 4 May 2020 - Online EGU session AS1.9 Subseasonal-to-Seasonal Prediction: meteorology and impacts Content: The
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Earlier today WMO issued a vacancy notice (Vacancy Notice No. 2085) for a P-4 Scientific Officer position in the Services for Aviation Division of the Services Department. The deadline for applications is 25 May 2020. For more information and to review the vacancy notice, please visit: https:/
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The COVID pandemic is impacting all of us in many ways. It has also spurred many studies regarding the impacts on air quality, the roles of air pollutants in spreading the disease (maybe on aerosols) and on exacerbating negative health outcomes. We feel that GAW has important roles to play related
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Further to our News Item on 1 April 2020, WMO has today issued a 'pre-announcement' letter to Permanent Representatives of WMO Members and other partners relating to the Eighth International Workshop on Volcanic Ash (IWVA/8), which is rescheduled to convene in Reykjavik, Iceland in October 2021
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The 2019 Safety Report of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) was published on 1 April 2020 and is available for download here (registration required). Through his involvement in IATA's Accident Classification Technical Group (ACTG), Head of WMO's Services for Aviation Division, Greg
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The WMO Services for Aviaton Moodle training portal available here has been updated with a new look-and-feel. The portal provides aeronautical meteorology training and guidance material sourced from around the world. The website's content covers both operational and non-operational aspects of
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WMO has just launched the WIGOS Data Quality Monitoring System (WDQMS) Resources Portal, https://etrp.wmo.int/WDQMS, in support of all Members with their WIGOS related activities, and especially for operations of Regional WIGOS Centres (RWCs). The WDQMS Resources Portal contains learning material